Core Skills in Coaching for Advisors, Mentors and Teachers
Delivered by Guildhall School of Music and Drama
This course, usually spread across three months, is aimed at and tailored to staff who work as advisors, teachers and mentors.
Led by one of our experienced coaching associates, and within a supportive peer group, the course will help you to integrate coaching skills into your work and to develop new ways of working with your clients, colleagues and students.
You will develop the essential skills, techniques and understanding to become a proficient coach. You will be introduced to a variety of tools which can enhance the way you work with colleagues, clients and students to bridge the gap between potential and performance.
Upon successful completion, participants have the option to receive the Guildhall Certificate in Coaching & Mentoring, accredited by the EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council) at Foundation Level*. Alternatively, participants will receive a certificate of attendance if they do not wish to complete the Learning Log.
The course consists of three full day seminar sessions (organised as two consecutive days, a gap period of normally three months before the third day) during which participants will work on a variety of real-life problems, receiving skilled feedback to develop your work as a coach.
All participants will be offered a 1-1 session with one of our experienced coaches as part of the course.
Dates: 1, 2, 8, 9 October (morning half days) & 9 December (full day)
Course fee: £1,020
Discounted fee: £850 for applicants working in the Charity, Arts & Education sectors.
*Students applying for assessment and certification will incur an additional fee of £200, payable on submission of the Learning Log.
Course being delivered online via Zoom.
All participants will be encouraged to be open and to engage in self-reflection as part of the work. A willingness to embrace change and work authentically and generously with their peers and clients is also essential to successful coaching & mentoring.
Special access needs
If you have any special access needs, please contact us to discuss your requirements using the contact details below.
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